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ng. she's mine. keep your hands off. there's a good chap. or things could get really nasty. oh. i almost forgot. ever wondered who wrote that review you have up in your kitchen? - kate? - i see you have. well done. clever you. see you next tuesday. - kate's boyfriend and her dad have shut us down. - kate's got a boyfriend? - hi. good morning to you too. what's up with grumpy? - they're closing us down. - what?
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- kate, leave him alone. - they can't do this. - they have. - what can i do? - i think you've done quite enough. - what do you mean? - your dad, forester, they signed the complaint, and your boyfriend left these. - oh, my god. - oh, so they are yours? - he is not my boyfriend, and i swear i don't know where he got these. - do you know anything about this? - i've been trying to tell you. - course you have. get out. - oh, rob, please, don't do this. - get out. - you were cooking crap before, and you know it. and if you think i'd screw you over, then you don't know me very well. - oh, ain't that the truth? get out. - just because your wife died and you have a cute kid, that doesn't give you the right to be-- - okay, thank you. bye. close the door on your way out. oh, and, kate, do me a favor. don't say good-bye to michelle. [paper crumpling]
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what the hell is that? hey! hey, what the hell are you doing? [knocking] what? - you rob haley? - yes. - good. her royal highness will be here at 11:00. you got to be ready by then, or there's gonna be hell to pay. - who--her royal highness?
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- guy... witherspoon. - loz! - if they close us down, we get one great moment. if they don't, who knows? - well, then who's gonna cook, you? it's a pity we got rid of the microwave. just warm this up. and you'll be fine. - did you see the slighting he gave that gastro pub last week? it was cold-blooded murder. - you'll be all right. - of course you will. you'll be fine. - we'd be finer if kate was here. - michelle, sometimes grown-ups fall out. come and give me a good luck hug. - bite me. - so i can have a glass of wine when i finish, is that right, tanya? - yes, guy. - as long as everyone's aware.
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- you can do it. - of course you can. - you'll be great, really great. [door clatters open] - we have a critic to impress. - thank god. - what--what about the hearing? - well, if they don't want us here, then we'll just have to go somewhere that they do. won't we? come on. - how much longer, mr. forester? - he should be here in a few minutes.
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act®. smile strong. - at my signal, unleash hell. [raucous rock music] - where is mr. haley? - he probably realizes it's a lost cause. [pan sizzling] ♪
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[heels clacking] - sorry i'm late. - kate, darling, so glad you came. - oh, yeah? - how about dinner this evening to celebrate? - oh. you might want to stick these back in your collection. gap hasn't made them like this in ten years, and i bet they look real cute on you. - how do you know... - mr. templeton will not be joining us this morning, but he would like to withdraw all his complaints. - what? - and i am here on behalf of mr. haley. - kate, you can't. - watch me. - could we just get on with this, please? - right. let's start with the rats. - oh, your special subject, mr. forester. - there's a rather long list of complaints. - all complete crap. i'm sorry. can i say that here? - the parking issues? - what parking issues? - miss templeton.
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- [chuckles] the hells angels. - you're kidding, right? - miss templeton, i warn you, if you interrupt again, we will eject you from the proceedings. - all rob haley does is be a great cook and a great dad. if that's a crime, then we're all screwed. - there must have been at least 100 cars trying to get into the village. you couldn't breathe because of the fumes. there were even coaches of tourists. - one coach. and it's not like they were on a gastronomic pilgrimage. - out. - if you can't get it through our pea-sized brain... that he's been lying-- - out! - kate, sometimes discretion is the better part of valor. - you think valor's a couch covering. - out, miss templeton. [heels clacking] - bye, kate.
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- one last thing, mr. forester, if i may. the, um, hells angel, what kind of motorcycle was it? [motor purring] - here we are on this splendid crisp autumnal day, barely an hour away from the fleshpots of london, deep in the arcadian splendors of the british countryside. and we're here to have lunch at the boot. here, it must be said, despite the manifest splendors and beauties surrounding us, we are in a culinary desert, a culinary desert relieved by rob haley and his team, who have created a veritable oasis, serving british food with honest heart. shall we go in? - and cut!
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straight through, not a stumble. - that looks good enough to eat. - go. - a modest little selection but very carefully chosen. warm salmon mousse with an english asparagus sauce. and... - when you've finished. - cut. - let go.
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- have you gone completely mad? - don't panic. it's apple juice. - what-- - guy. if you don't mind. we've got two more courses. just give us an opinion, would you, love? action. - perfect. beautiful textures. extraordinary combination of flavors. inspirational. so there we have it: another excellent meal in convivial surroundings, further proof, if any further proof were needed, that in the culinary stakes, we can look our continental cousins squarely in the eye. so as the good guide says, worth the detour. bon appetit. - and that's a wrap. don't believe it. there is a god.
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- [flaps lips] [inhales sharply] oh, for goodness' sake, sit down, will you? have a glass. - not for me, thanks. couldn't bear the thought of starting over again. two years, 127 days. - oh. why don't you have some of this? sherry-free, i promise you. absolutely marvelous. - nice.
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just to see their faces in the morning when i wake them up. the first thing you think about is your wife and your kids and your family. so i had surgery locally, and it came back after my follow up that i needed a second surgery. and that's when i said i need a second opinion. everyone, from the moment i walked through the doors, they're smiling and i love the fact that included me in the whole process. the diagnosis of cancer is one of those things that you want an answer now. we can do now here. rod was great. i mean, he did everything that we asked him and more. the treatment plan was for him to have chemotherapy and radiation followed by surgery. i feel like this was the right way for me and the right treatment for me. at cancer treatment centers of america, we treat cancer, every stage, every day. call or go to cancercenter.com. appointments available now.
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- hey, alfie. how about a last pint? - oh, uh, mind if i call bertie? - the more, the merrier. there's half a barrel left. - oh-ho. [motor purring] - oh, great, the mystery hells angel. - oh, very flattering. - bloody hell. - yes, indeed. i've come to tell you that you can reopen. - how? why? - well, i suggest you put your tongue back in your mouth, get in your car, and go and ask kate. - uh, no. - why are men so ridiculously obtuse sometimes? - i'm sorry? - who do you think came to the council this morning on your behalf and saved your bacon? - you're joking. - no, i'm not. - yeah, but she still wrote that bloody awful review. - rob. - in a minute. - rob. - jesus, loz, get the man a drink.
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- rob. - yeah, what? - don't be a bloody fool. she did you a favor. - christ. - and despite everything, she still actually likes you. - she does? - so if you don't go after her now-- - where is she? - she's left for the airport. - you know, he never goes over 20 miles an hour. - he's gonna have to do better than that. - no chance. [engine revs] [tires squeal] well, we better get our paint. - ♪ got to look myself in the eye ♪ ♪ and say it's gonna be all right ♪ ♪ and everything won't be all right ♪ ♪ all the time ♪ got to take these chances where they lie ♪
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♪ it's gonna be all right ♪ got to see things right at the time ♪ ♪ at the time [engine revving] [crashing] [tires screeching] - i'm sorry. [engine revving] you must be joking. kate! stop! stop! [engine revving]
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[brakes squeak] - see? i've never hit a thing, even if it deserved hitting. so it's 15 miles per hour or this? - all or nothing. - kind of hard on the car, isn't it? - well, you got to take risks once in a while. - is that a fact? - i've been an idiot. - yes, you have. - and you were right. i was cooking awful, just awful food. you reminded me of who i was and what i was supposed to be and--and what i could be. i know the british are rubbish at saying anything heartfelt, and i'm worse than most, but i just wanted you to know that everything has changed because of you. and i just wanted you to know that before you left. - hmm, that's very sweet. but you could have told me that next wednesday. - what?
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- i'm only going to paris for a week. - [sighs] i don't care if it was for a week or a day or an hour. it was totally worth it. - [sighs] from now on, i'll do the driving. - why? i thought i timed it rather well. - [laughs] [dramatic string music] - so there we have it: another excellent meal in convivial surroundings, further proof, if any further proof were needed, that in the culinary stakes, we can look our continental cousins squarely in the eye. so as the good guide says,
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worth the detour. bon appetit. - what the hell are you lot looking at? get back to bloody work. - ♪ pull up the shade ♪ open the window ♪ introduce another day ♪ you met your match last night ♪ ♪ you got lost in the storm ♪ searching for another life ♪ i found a melody to sing ♪ i think today is gonna bring ♪ ♪ everything sunshine ♪ everything brighter ♪ everything left for us to do ♪ ♪ falling in order ♪ don't you think someday's ♪ better than never ♪ don't you think all we're going through ♪ ♪ leads us to all we never knew ♪
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♪ everything sunshine ♪ i don't miss a thing ♪ ♪ you look like you're up for fun ♪ ♪ so put on your nice shoes ♪ and dance until what's done is done ♪ ♪ 'cause i've got a second wind ♪ ♪ yeah, you thought it was ending ♪ ♪ we're only just about to begin ♪ ♪ 'cause i've got a melody to sing ♪ ♪ i think today is gonna bring ♪ ♪ everything sunshine ♪ everything brighter ♪ everything left for us to do ♪ ♪ falling in order ♪ don't you think someday's ♪ better than never ♪ don't you think all we're going through ♪ ♪ leads us to all we never knew ♪
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♪ and everything sunshine ♪ tell me we'll get better, baby ♪ ♪ tell me we're all right ♪ remember all those lonely evenings ♪ ♪ and every sleepless night ♪ told me that you loved me then ♪ ♪ and you said you love me now ♪ ♪ and so we only learn as fast as time will allow ♪ ♪ ♪ everything sunshine ♪ everything brighter ♪ everything left for us to do ♪ ♪ falling in order ♪ don't you think someday's ♪ better than never ♪ don't you think all we're going through ♪ ♪ leads us to all we never knew ♪ ♪ don't you think all we're going through ♪ ♪ leads us to all we never knew ♪
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♪ everything sunshine ♪ and i don't miss a thing
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this morning on "world news now," the moment of truth for the new health care bill. >> with some warning against the bill to repeal and replace obamacare, it will face top scrutiny. but what's the true cost? a violent confrontation between police and a suspect, prompting investigators to examine this video very carefully. the suspect appearing to resist arrest. the crowd of and you lookers ro outraged by the scene. and a disturbing moment when a man is caught on camera trying to lure agi girl away from a
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public restroom. the invitations to the big dance have been sent out with plenty of enthusiastic acceptances. and we'll see which time is the most pumped to make it to the college basketball tournament as we beg for your desperate help in filling out our brackets. it is monday, march 13th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> and would you say good morning on a monday everybody? >> good morning, kendis. >> we were talking lacrosse. >> you know, i'm like football, ah, what are we talking about. >> there's lots of excitement about the basketball tournament. now we know who's going to the big dance. northwestern for the first time in nearly eight decades as such. there was a special mom who was really, really excited. julia l julia louis-dreyfus saying we're going to the dance, boys. her son is on the team at
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northwestern, and she's an alum. >> a classic moment. that can be used again and begin. >> and that's exactly how they feel. and we hope to see that dance once they do play their opening game. we begin with a couple of major political developments happening today. first, the house intelligence committee is asking the trump administration for any evidence that the phones at trump tower were tapped during last year's campaign. >> so the committee is seeking that information today as it looks into president trump's explosive tweets accusing former president obama of ordering the wiretapping. all expected today, a report from the congressional budget office, which will detail the impact of the current house health care bill. >> some top republican law makers are already disregarding that report. >> reporter: even as republican leaders make the case for their historic plan. >> if we don't act, the system's going to collapse. >> reporter: some members of their own party don't buy it. >> i believe it would have
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adverse consequences for millions of americans, and it wouldn't deliver on our promises. >> reporter: earlier this week, the nonpartisan congressional budget office is set to give its score. >> i love the folks in the cbo. they work hard, but sometimes we ask them to do stuff they're not capable of doing. >> cbo will say not as many people had get coverage. you know why? this isn't a government mandate. >> reporter: that's because it drops the obamacare mandate requiring people to buy insurance or pay a penalty, a system designed to reduce everyone's premiums. instead, it offers tax credits and other incentives designed to give consumers more choice. >> you get it if you want it. that's freedom. >> how many people are going to lose coverage? >> i can't answer that. it's up to people. >> reporter: outside estimates say 6 million to 15 million
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could lose their health care coverage. some critics say it could help them lose their majority. >> i say, do not walk the plank and vote for a bill that cannot pass the senate and then have to face the consequences of that vote. >> reporter: also on capitol hill, lawmakers are pressing for answers on the president's unsubstantiated claim that president obama bugged the phones in trump tower, part of a broader investigation into russia's role in the 2016 campaign. >> there's a lot of aspects of this whole relationship with russia and vladimir putin that requires further scrutiny, and so far i don't think the american people have gotten all the answers. in fact, i think there's a lot more shoes to drop from this se centipede. >> reporter: republican leaders are eager for the debate, but some republicans are urging them to slow down. david wright, abc news, the white house. and some democratic law
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makers are asking whether the dismissal of former new york federal prosecutor really was a routine movement from the office. he was one of 46 prosecutors told by the attorney general to clean out their devgsk. during the transition period, he say he was asked by president trump to stay in office. it has left some scratching their heads. >> not long ago the president said he was willing to keep the attorney in new york but then he changed his mind. i'm curious as to why that is. >> elijah cummings suggested he might have been fired to slow down a corruption investigation of the trump administration. the monster late-winter storm taking aim at 60 million americans. heavy snow is pushing east ward across the midwest, dumping as much as half of a foot across
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chicago. but later today it will collide with another system over the ohio valley creating a powerful nor'easter, with heavy snow, winds up to 50 miles per hour and blizzard conditions from d.c. to new england. a wide swath of philadelphia up to portland could be buried under 15 inches of snow. forecasters say this could go down in many areas as the biggest snowfall on record for the month of march. to the west coast now. and police in north bay of san francisco are investigating new video of a violent police take down. take a look. this all took place on friday in vallejo. after police were called by a store employee because of a man acting erratically. now that video streamed live on facebook, and it shows the officer chasing a man down who then sat down on the curb. it's this incident that's triggering so much anger. as the cop beats the man with his fist and then, you see the
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baton. that suspect facing charges of being under the influence and resisting arrest. to texas now and another controversial police take down being spotlighted in a new documentary that premiered this weekend at the south by southwest festival. "stranger fruit." it focuses on michael brown, the unarmed black man shot and killed by police officers two years ago. turning overseas to ethiopia. dozens are dead. most of the dead are women and children. several homes made of mud and sticks and buildings were buried. it's unclear what caused that terrible collapse. back here at home a suspect is due in court to answer tough questions after he was allegedly caught on camera trying to
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entice a little girl out of a supermarket bathroom. >> reporter: the man beckoning this 6-year-old girl is under arrest. it came hours after miss released this surveillance video capturing every parent's worst fear. at 6 year old props open a door at a supermarket, you see the man beckon the girl to come to him. she hesitates then heads into the bathroom. >> it scared me, made me angry. >> reporter: police say the man in the thumbs up shirt had been lingering there. that surveillance video led people to spot him right across from the same supermarket, police going through his car. about 2,000 children are reported missing daily, but less than a quarter of them are abducted by strangers. the vast majority are found alive. always remember the shoes that your children are wearing. abductors could bundle them up in additional clothing, but as
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any sparparent knows, it's near impossible to change a kid's shoes involuntarily. hindus around the world are celebrating the springtime festival of holi. they dance and throw powdered paint at each other. they believe it brings unity and friendship and bridges the communal divide. >> it's a beautiful-looking festival. >> we should do that. >> what more could you want? >> and we would throw a little alcohol in there if you and i were to do our holi recreation. >> a little rum. >> some libation. >> exactly. speaking of libations and celebrations, it was quite a weekend for sport ts excitementn the world's largest lake. >> to siberia we go for the ice golf tournament. using brightly colored balls.
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>> the guy who won it was from south korea. he won the two-day event by six strokes, and this was the scene over the weekend as skaters braving 14 degree weather. >> wow. everyone racing in their swimsui swimsuits. lucky for the fans, they could wear winter coats. >> i'm being told this is not from over the weekend. this is a preview of what's going to happen in central park on tuesday morning. >> where i will not be in that case. >> and i will not be dressed -- well, maybe i might be. >> i've heard things about you and your weekends. >> there wouldn't be video. coming up, we're going to focus on some sports back here at home again. >> we're atalking abotalking ab basketball. the top picks for your brackets when we come back. and ahead, why can'tque get along? two nascar drivers who look like they're prepared to take it into
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the octagon, getting into a bloody fistfight on the track. what led to this? >> tsk, tsk. you can follow us on twitter and facebook. you're watching "world news now."
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of their own. it is time for march madness. >> the northwestern basketball team thrilled to make the division basketball tournament for the first time in school history. >> you can understand the excitement. they were sided 8th with a 5,000-1 chance of winning it all. >> but there is a chance. defending champ villanova is number one in the east and number one overall. but the odds makers have the jayhawks as the favorite. >> north carolina's top seed in the south and gonzaga is number one in the west. but back to the top dogs, the top dogs include some cats. villanova entering the tournament after wing its third big east tournament title. the wildcats took it last time on a butzzzer beater. >> next, kansas opens the
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tournament against uc davis or north carolina in tulsa. the jayhawks are making their record 28th appearance looking for their first title since 2008. they lost the title game in 2012. >> and north carolina was on the losing end of last year's title. but the tar heels got a tough seed. despite losing to duke, who are on a hot streak, a strong number two side for yoeed for your bra. >> and the gonzaga bulldogs are the only number one that has never reached the final four. they open thursday against south dakota state. >> so who do you have for it all? this lacrosse tournament. >> you're asking me about spo sports? >> yes. >> the yankees. i'm just joking. two schools, are three in there?
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the university of maryland and ucla? go bruins. >> no, no. we shaould point out that the lakers did not make it. and they never make it. >> it's disappointing. >> you're the biggest star. >> sadly. let's move from basketball to baseball and games that really count. they're watching world baseball classic. team usa gave us something to cheer about. >> against canada, the americans took the lead on a double by eric hosmer. they advance to the tournament, second round. >> as you rook at that video, you realize how many fans are in the stands. nascar, kyle busch and l
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logano. i let logano know, leading with a punch, everyone then piled on, to break things up. when busch came away, he had a bloody cut above his eye. logano said the incident during the race was not intentional. he disagreed you might say. >> and everyone needs some love after fighting. a youngster offering a hug to a lonely mascot from the team that just lost. that is so sweet. an and the mascot did look so bummed. >> you know it's bad when the mascot is just kind of up there in the stands like. >> you know we just did a whole block on sports. i really earned my money tonight. i'm exhausted. >> we're just getting to the seed block. coming up, the show must go on indeed. >> what we're a learning about chris angel's latest brush with death. you're watching "world news now." ly
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there was supposed to be magic in the air this weekend, but chris angel gave audience members quite a scare. >> he was rushed to the hospital. marci gonzalez with the latest. >> reporter: chris angel back hanging high above the stage in las vegas, seen in this video performing the same risky escape
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that left him in front of a stunned audience. he is hoisted up by his ankles. his arms bound in a straight jacket. he spins and thrashes his way to freedom. but on friday while he was suspended midair during his mind freak live show, something went wrong. >> i stopphe stopped flailing a. >> reporter: i whe was rushed t the emergency room, evaluated and released and is grateful for the outpouring of love and concern from fans around the world. 24 hours later angel showing no signs of the scare. and he performed the same stunt again last night. marcy gone saul zales, abc news.
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but just one mucinex lasts 12 hours. let's end this. all right, well, it's time now for the mix. let's start with honey nut cheerios. there's something a little different about it. there's bee, the mascot. his name is buzz bee. my heart gets all warm. he's going to be gone for a little bit. he's taking a little sabbatical. >> buzz. >> like all things buzzy. they are going to remove him from the packaging. >> why? >> near is a good cause for this. they are raising awareness about dwindling bee populations. this is a big problem throughout the world. this is a campaign general mills has launched. they want to encourage people to plant over 100 million
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wildflowers to make a difference. >> so they're saying bee lives matter. >> all insect lives matters. >> speaking of all lives matter, there's a toad that used to visit this guy in alabama every night. take a look at this toad. he would visit his porch. so after like the 19th or 20th visit, he decided he was going to have fun with it. he started dressing up the toad, that first one looked like it was inspired by queen elizabeth. this one is straight out of compton. >> this guy is i havery creativt has a lot of time on his hands. >> he had a friend whose son lost a toad recently, he decided to send him these photos to make him realize his toad is -- >> this is great. i could look at animals in human clothes all day long. speaking of animals, we go to another adorable one.
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this is a black lab that works at a ski resort in lake tau hho and loves his job. there he is in the snow sliding around. it looks like he's working in the perfect place. >> i believe they're called colored labs. >> you're on a role tonight. >> we were talking about march madness. there's march madness in high school basketball. this kid wins for the best sign at all. out there. so take a look really closely. he comes to the game leehere. this is norfork high school with an oversized iphone, and it says there, referee is a person calling, and it says missed call. >> i think he's trying to insult the refs, that's what he's trying to
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this morning on "world news now," the winter storm slamming the midwest with spring less than a away. winter is looking to pack one more punch with this latest storm system. more than a foot of snow expected for millions of americans. and grading the new health care bill, and why democrats and some republicans are already refusing to vote for it. and new this half hour. winds and waves. causing chaotic scenes. >> monster waves sending vacationers fleeing for higher ground and cyclists tried to hang onto their bikes. and will smith's latest on-screen role has fans cringing, and no, not because there's a sequel to wild wild west.
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it's because he's free falling. let's see if he stuck the landing. and that's in the skinny this monday, march 13th. from abc news, this is "world news now." >> and we do say good morning. are you nice and warm at this point? >> in here, yes. outside, no. >> we're daydreaming, ah, to be in bali right now. somewhere beautiful. and this, by the way is a live camera, and right now, bali. the people are out on the beach, man, they're having some rasta -- >> no, wrong part of the world. you are not there. >> we are not there. temperatures in the 60s, but i guess it's all mind over matter. >> i would take 60 right now. >> so would millions of americans, because, what are they bracing for? >> a big old storm. a massive storm system is
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marching across the midwest and packing as much as a foot of snow from chicago to detroit. >> it is expected to collide with another system, moving up the east coast, making a monster nor'easter, triggering blizzard watches from new york city to boston. makes you want that bali picture all up again. by the time it's all over, wide swath from new york to new england to be buried under as much as 15 inches of snow. this is ontario, canada, this home showing the extent of the bitter cold coming our way, yay. >> reporter: spring may be around the corner, but winter is clinging on with an icy grip. a major nor'easter taking shape. this snow in the southeast a taste of what's coming. that heavy snow pushing east. winter weather alerts from the plains states to new england.
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blizzard watches from new york city to boston, more than a foot of snow possible in some spots. >> we went and got our milk and eggs, and we're ready to go. >> reporter: in tennessee, trucks ahead of the storm. in the store, people stocking up. >> it's late in the season, and we're kind of in panic mode. >> business, lot of phone calls. snowblowers, plenty in stock. >> reporter: catching so many by surprise. >> we've been debating, should we bring our summer clothes out? they started soccer. they've been in shorts all week. i was very close to bringing the summer clothes out, i'm glad we didn't. >> reporter: two storm systems combined. snow in d.c. by 9:00 monday night. increasing during the day on tuesday. across the jersey coast, long island and new england. winds 40-50 miles per hour, blizzard conditions in spots. before it ends tuesday night, leaving a wide swath of over 15 inches of snow in some places.
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this could go down in spots as the biggest snowfall on record for the month of march. abc news, new york. >> and it's really unusual to have this in winter. snow. >> it snows in winter. >> whoa. so you can understand why we make a big deal out of it. >> it is a monster storm, though, all joking aside. it could be record breaking. >> we are winter wimps. what are the experts saying? >> paul, good morning. >> good morning. here's what's happening. all the ingredients are coming together for that monster snowstorm. high pressure to the north, will have a dip of the jet stream. then we'll set up with the low pressure system swinging from the south and then coming in from the west. and it's going to create major impacts, buffalo, columbus, detroit, charleston towards d.c., philly, new york, boston. we're looking at 12- 24 inches of snow in some areas. mara, kendis?
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now to the supporters of the house health care are dismissing an analysis that is expected to be released later today. the congressional budget office report will include the cost of the bill and expected to conclude that it would leave millions of americans uninsured. meantime, republican critics of the bill say it's not worth supporting right now. >> i believe it would have adverse consequences for millions of americans. i'm afraid if they vote for this bill they'll put the house majority at risk next year. >> right now there's a charm offensive going on. everybody's being nice to everybody because they want us to vote for it, but we're not going to vote for it. >> house speaker paul ryan says that it does away with obamacare's individual mandate which requires americans to buy insurance or pay a penalty.
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the man caught on the grounds of the white house after jumping the fence has a court appointment. he was arrested late friday night by secret service officers. >> reporter: it is the focus of a security breach investigation after an intruder allegedly scaled the perimeter fence and got close to the southern entrance late friday. new court documents say the suspect, 26-year-old jonathan tran was carrying a letter, and he told the secret service "i am a friend of the president." >> secret service did a fantastic job. it was a troubled person. >> reporter: also allegedly discovered on the suspect, two cans of mace and one of president trump's books. this is the latest incident in a string of fence breakthroughs that have launched a fierce debate over how to improve security at one of the most famous residences around the world. >> you literally have to build a fence that people can't climb over.
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and if you do that, the concern is it's going to look like a prison and not the white house. >> reporter: plans to raise the fence by five feet finally passed last month. last year, an article said president obama understands that you build strong, tall, beautiful walls to keep people out who don't belong. the suspect remains in custody without bail after a judge determined he is a flight and safety risk. he faces possible charges of unlawful entry and an arraignment on monday. to south africa where powerful winds created problems. first, in durbin, beaches were closed when the wind kicked up powerful waves, sending people scrambling for safety of the thankfully, there were no reports of injuries. and south of there in cape town, cyclists had a lot of trouble. >> wow. >> with the wind. did you see that? >> high winds. >> many being blown right over. others simply weren't able to
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control their bikes. they're trying to stand up. >> crazy video. >> the conditions forced organizers to cancel their entire event. >> wow. >> oh, my word. >> sometimes we use the word "strong winds" a little loosely. this certainly qualifies. >> wow, riding in a wind tunnel. in sticking with our theme of things going smoothly at competitions. >> meet ollie. he's a jack russell terrier, and he competed at the dog show over the weekend in an unorthodox style, it's earned him plenty of attention. >> so he's not supposed to have gone there. he tackled the course in all the wrong ways. from nosedives to flying over an a-frame. it was just too much for the commentater during the slow-mo.
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oh, what a nosedive, and he couldn't care less. there we go. oh! >> go down. he's eager. >> it looks like he's having a great time. >> exactly. >> and the people watching are having a great time watching him. >> he has no clue that he's blowing it all. >> it's a great metaphor for life. just have fun.over the obstacle. coming up, how your home is getting hacked into. the surprising way your household items can be used against you. and the dude, jeff bridges, getting into character as a slacker cult hero. so what got him to finally break out the cardigan, and we'll explain what that exactly meant. "world news now" weather, brought to you by united health care. by united health care. and want more coverage.
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go to amazing images now of one of mexico's most popular volcanos erupting. a plume of smoke and ash filling the sky. the area about 80 miles east of mexico city is under a yellow alert. that means families are urged to protect their food and water from the volcano's falling ash. so the pileup from the latest wikileaks data dump is showing how easy it is to hack into every day items inside your home. >> hackers often exploit flaws in internet connected items to spy on you. >> reporter: from this jeep stopped remotely on a freeway. >> guys, i need the accelerator to work again. >> reporter: to these cars broken into with the touch of a button.
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even baby monitors turned into spying devices. >> i heard a voice, and it was screaming at my daughter. screaming "wake up baby, wake up baby"! >> reporter: every day items hacked. it can also happen to your phone or tv. >> anything exposed directly to the internet is potentially hackable. >> reporter: daryl highland's job is to find those weaknesses so companies can fix them. this all sounds like science fiction or a horror movie. >> it could appear to be a fight -- nightmare, but in reality, researchers are focussed on identifying these issue. >> reporter: to protect yourself, the most important question to ask before you buy -- >> have they ever had vulnerabilities exposed. the question is how did they handle that vulnerability. >> reporter: be sure to change default passwords.
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and finally, when you aren't using a device, it should be turned off. rebecca jarvis, abc news, new york. one major star leaping off a bridge while another leaps toward marital bliss. >> and the dude's return. the skinny is coming up next. bliss. >> and the dude's return. the skinny is coming up next. mi? nope. so let's be clear: clearasil works fast on teen acne, not so much on other teen things. from surfaces for up to 48 hours. you can pick up the flu it's like having a sick family member in your home. but lysol kills 99.9% of germs including 8 cold and flu viruses. to help protect your home lysol that.
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♪ skinny ♪ so skinny it is monday. it is time for "the skinny". and it is time for will smith who just fulfilled a nearly 20-year dream. no, it's not to make a sequel. the 48-year-old actor went bungee jumping. >> he's 48?
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he's like a fine wine. he looks as good as ever. >> that's what they used to say about denzel, too. >> it's still true. >> this is in zimbabwe. >> he managed to hold a gopro through the entire thing, capturing this upside down moment of joy. >> this is going to be a cool shot! this is going to be a really cool shot! watch how cool this shot is. this is crazy. i've been wanting to do this for like almost 20 years. i got high blood pressure, though, so they need to get me from being upside down. >> always joking around, even when he is suspended from a bridge. he's just so happy. he was even talking about seeing a double rainbow at the end of the video. >> that would have brought up excitement. but some people saw this video and laughed back -- you remember this? "fresh prince" days when he proposed mid bungee jump. splat.
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>> oops. >> i love the reaction to it. is that how it's supposed to end? [ laughter ] >> here it is. all right. >> we can just watch the clips all show long. >> it's beautiful. moving on now to a proposal that did go well. colton haynes and celebrity florist designer, jeff letham am i saying that right? sorry. are engaged, full of fireworks, flowers, a full moon and cher? did i hear that right? >> yeah, you can see her on the big screen, the goddess of pop recorded a message, even "i got you, babe." she said this is going to be the best thing ever and blew a kiss to the couple. >> can we give a shout out to how fabulous she looks.
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>> cher, give me the number of your doctor. >> hey. >> hey. designed by god. so cher is pretty hard to top. but bringing the dudeness, the el duderino out might do the trick. >> i have no clue what you're talking about. >> remember the 1998 classic, remember the big lebowski? something apparently special happened over the weekend. >> jeff bridges and john goodman reunited in l.a. where goodman was being honored with a star on the hollywood walk of fame. that's when bridges showed up and pulled out the duder's sweater for the first time in nearly 20 years. >> walter, john is a good actor, a good man. john goodman.
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yeah, and he's lived like so many men in prior generations have lived their lives. he is a man of his times. he's a man of our times. and he has become a legend. >> certainly a legendary walk of fame ceremony, bridges received his own star back in 1994. these two clearly are still having a good old time. >> and goodman had like a roseanne reunion over last weekend with sarah gilbert. they got together. and finally, an army of women dressed in red had everyone talking at south by southwest. in promotion for the upcoming hulu series. and women silently walked around the festival streets totally creeping people out. >> it creeps me out to watch
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to help protect your home lysol that. ♪ i can see clearly now ♪ the rain has gone ♪ ♪ i can see all obstacles in my way ♪ >> are we going to sing? >> we're just going to mouth the words. >> lip synch karaoke. >> that's the best kind.
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finally, there's a little boy seeing clearly and seeing his air force dad for the first time thanks to a new pair of glasses. >> that moment was captured on camera and has captured our hearts. >> reporter: it looks like a typical scene, a father singing to his nine month old baby boy. but if you look closely, you can see the blue glasses that he is wearing. he's legally blind, and it's the first time he's been able to see his father, an air force captain. >> he had trouble tracking. you could tell that he wasn't the same as other kids. >> reporter: when reagan's mom was pregnant she tested positive for group b staph bacteria. days after he was born, reagan got sick. >> he had meningitis and sepsis. he was very, very ill at that
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point. >> reporter: it damaged his brain, mostly how he processes what he sees, and that's the way it was when brandon left for two-month deployment to antarctica. but the blue glasses by correcting his vision have changed everything. >> so as his vision gets better we think we're going to see more with his cognitive abilities improving. >> reporter: but when brandon got back, reagan had those glasses, and you can feel his joy at seeing his dad. >> he was a totally different kid when i got back. >> reporter: and not only joy, sweet comfort of seeing just how much his dad loves him. >> that is so great. i love seeing that boy doing so well now. because the pictures from the hospital are just heartbreaking, and now he's thriving in his glasses, and we love that story. >> it's a beautiful smile on his face. don't miss our updates on facebook. this is "world news now," informing insomniacs for two decades. facebook. this is "world news now,"
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making news in america this morning, bracing for the blizzard. a monster snowstorm on the move. already causing problems in the midwest overnight. and it's only going to get bigger. the flight delays happening already and where up to 20 inches possible. president trump's deadline is here. lawmakers want evidence into his claims that former president obama tapped his phones. will he ever prove -- provide proof? plus new questions concerning the firing of a new york federal prosecutor. was it really just procedural. in ferguson, the new video of the night michael brown was shot sparking it all plus this -- >> he landed on my head, shoulder and the back. >> collision course.

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